Laurell Spin Processor - WS-650-23

Picture of the Laurell Spinner tool in the fumehood

Laurell Spin Processor - WS-650-23

Programming and using the tool is relatively easy. Using the tool to produce reliable and repeatable results can be challenging. Spinning photoresists is typically the first process and tool to learn for doing nanofabrication.

  • Rating: 3/10
  • Time needed to be trained: 2-5 hours
  • Prerequisites:
    • New users must know the physical characteristics of the devices they plan to fabricate. (See page 7 of the CRPuO Lab Protocols and Safety Manual) (PDF version, 1,082 KB)
    • Bruker Dektak profilometer
    • Photolithography and E-beam lithography knowledge
    • Organic polymer chemistry knowledge
    • Good observational skills, and note taking. Environmental conditions can play a major role in repeatability

Download the Laurell Spin Processor Brochure (PDF version, 122 KB)

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